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NSP Protech Fish

NSP Protech Fish

$789.00

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NSP Protech Fish

The NSP Protech Fish is stable, wide, with a flatter rocker – they’re fast and fun! The perfect board for ripping in all conditions.

A wide nose creates more volume for added buoyancy providing more stability, faster paddling, and easy entry into the smallest waves with quick acceleration.

Rocker and rail outline combine with single to double concave bottom, with vee through the tail incorporated into a wide swallowtail.

A slight hip behind the front fins reduces the area under the back foot creating a pivot point for snappy turns. Boxy and full rails also add to the overall volume and forgiving nature of the NSP Protech Fish.

Fish performance delivers traction, down-the-line speed, and maximum drive over the flattest of sections.

Tri-fin thruster setup guarantees speed and liveliness, with enough hold to ride out a line. For additional fin options from the same shape, we recommend the well-reviewed NSP Elements Fish.


Size Chart

Length Width Thickness Volume Weight
5’6″ 19³/⁴ 2¹/⁸ 33.0 L 2.31 Kg
6’0″ 20¹/² 2³/⁸ 35.1 L 2.68 Kg
6’4″ 21″ 2 ¹/² 40.2 L 3.01 Kg
6’8″ 21¹/² 2 ¹/² 43.7 L 3.37 Kg

Construction

Custom Finish, Epoxy Core with a Carbon Flex Tail, at an Affordable Price Point

– Secure cell EPS Core
– 6 + 4 oz deck (Fish & Hybrid)
– 6 + 6 oz deck (Fun & longboards)
– 6 + 4 oz + 4 oz patch bottom
– Carbon Flex Tail
– Bio epoxy resin
– The new Protech Fish models are available with NSP’s new 3x FTU boxes (all compatible with Futures® Fins) and come out of the box with 3x MFC- designed fins. Carry-over models of the Protech Fish continue to be available with the popular twin tab finbox x 3 (Fish, Hybrid, Funboard) 2+1 Fin configuration (Longboard)

Included Accessories
3 x Futures compatible by MFC
Eco friendly
Sustainable Surf - Ecoboard
Green Epoxy Resin
Carbon Flex Tail

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